Trying to dye eggs with natural products such as herbs, spices, or superfoods can be considered experimental. We can prepare 4 basic colors to which some additions can be made. The main colors are red, green, blue, and yellow.

Red color
We can use pomegranate juice, red onion peels, beetroot, or cherry wood sticks to dye the eggs red.

Green color
We use nettle, spinach, mint, and spirulina to make the eggs green. Both fresh and dried plants can be used.

To dye the eggs yellow, we will need peels from old white onions, turmeric, calendula, or chamomile.

How to dye the eggs?

The preliminary preparation is to boil each of the four dyes in water over low heat for several hours until some water is reduced and the color becomes thicker. We also add vinegar, which helps fix the shell's color.

One of the methods of dyeing is the cold immersion of pre-boiled eggs in dyes for several hours. With this method, the eggs acquire subtle translucent shades and uneven shades.

We can also dye the eggs by boiling them in the corresponding dye.

You can use less fresh eggs, as fresh ones are difficult to peel. Boil the eggs for 5-6 minutes on low heat so that they remain a little looser.

Store dyed eggs in a cool place. If there are cracked eggs during cooking, they are eaten first or stored in the refrigerator for up to a day.